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ASUU STORIES #EPISODETWO

Last week, we shared the opinion of one of our ambassadors on the ongoing ASUU strike with you. Today is the 70th day of the nationwide strike and students are feeling more agitated with every passing day.

Below is another entry by an ambassador on her opinion about the strike. Read, share and comment your thoughts.

You can send in your perspectives to us at contributor@studenthubng.com  

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Hi, everyone!

My name is Sabriya Hamza-Omonori, a final year student at the
University of Abuja. The present Ongoing ASUU strike hasn’t been a
pleasant experience for me. And personally, I feel like we the students
are the main victims of the strike, we are the ones who have to spend
months at home while our “so-called” Government and the ASUU deliberate
who gets what.

Do you even know the funny part? It’s not like the so
called ASUU who are supposedly fighting for the students would use the
funds they are collecting for the right purpose. After everything, I
would still go and be having lectures in one small class room that is
supposed to contain about 70 students but about 324 students are
squeezing themselves inside.

There’s no ventilation cause the windows meant for air are being used as spare chairs. How do you learn in such environment  when you can barely breathe? To top it all off, my final year project topic hasn’t even been approved and nothing can happen till
school resumes.

Like, it’s time we students start fighting our battles cause both the government and ASUU aren’t fighting for us. We are the collateral damages in their battle.

Sabriya Hamza-Omonori

StudentHub NG Ambassador,

University of Abuja.

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